If you cite The Book of Statistical Proofs in your scientific work, it is best practice to reference the Zenodo DOI (10.5281/zenodo.4305949) which always resolves the latest version of the StatProofBook. This could e.g. look as follows:

Alternatively, you can also directly cite a proof from the archive in your article:

Alternatively, you may also include a footnote with the URL into your article:

Hall of Fame

Here is a list of scientific articles that have so far cited content from The Book of Statistical Proofs:

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